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Step into our Baltic kitchen, where culinary traditions spanning centuries converge with the finest ingredients sourced with meticulous care. Nestled in Switzerland, our restaurant boasts a culinary journey like no other. We pride ourselves on sourcing the highest quality ingredients, some so rare they're a treasure to find in these parts of the world.

Our recipes, steeped in history, whisper tales of distant lands and old-world charm. Each dish is a testament to authenticity, evoking nostalgic memories of childhood flavors and cherished family gatherings. As you savor our offerings, you'll embark on a sensory voyage, discovering echoes of various cultures woven into the fabric of our cuisine.

Handcrafted with love and attention to detail, every dish is a masterpiece, bearing the mark of artisanal craftsmanship. We honor the seasons, embracing the bounty of nature and crafting our menu to reflect the freshest ingredients available. In our kitchen, each creation is a celebration of the rich tapestry of Baltic cuisine, a symbol of centuries-old friendships and cultural exchange that transcends borders. Join us on a culinary adventure where tradition meets innovation, and every bite tells a story of heritage and warmth.

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ZEPPELINS 

Baltic culinary landscape boasts a rich tapestry of flavors, with one standout dish capturing both the imagination and taste buds of locals and visitors alike: Cepelinai, affectionately known as "Zeppelins." These hearty dumplings, named for their resemblance to the airship, are a beloved national treasure. Crafted from grated potatoes and stuffed with savory fillings such as minced meat, cheese, or mushrooms, Cepelinai are then boiled to perfection before being served with a generous dollop of sour cream and a drizzle of crispy bacon or caramelized onions.

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COLD BEET SOUP

"Pink Soup" affectionately known as cold beet soup, holds a special place in Baltic culinary traditiom. This refreshing dish features grated beets mixed with tangy kefir or buttermilk, creating a creamy and vibrant base. Diced cucumbers, hard-boiled eggs, scallions, and fresh dill are added to enhance both texture and flavor. 

Its striking pink hue adds to its visual appeal, making it a feast for both the eyes and the palate.

Traditionally, cold beet soup is enjoyed alongside hot boiled potatoes, creating a satisfying contrast between the cold soup and the warm potatoes

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SAMOGITIAN PANCAKES 

Samogitian pancakes are a beloved dish hailing from the Samogitia region. These pancakes are made from a simple batter of grated potatoes mixed with flour, eggs, and milk, seasoned with salt and sometimes garlic. What sets Samogitian pancakes apart is their unique preparation method, where the batter is poured onto a hot griddle and flattened to create thin, crispy pancakes. The result is a delightful combination of crispy edges and a tender, potato-rich interior. Often served with sour cream and a variety of toppings such as savory minced meat, mushrooms, or cottage cheese. With their rustic charm and delicious flavor they are a true culinary treasure of Baltic's rich gastronomic heritage.

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KIBINAS

Kibinas is a traditional pastry celebrated for its rich flavors and hearty fillings. Originating from the Karaim region, these hand-held pies have been enjoyed for generations. Made with a flaky dough, Kibinas encloses a savory filling of diced meat, vegetables or cottage cheese, and a blend of aromatic spices such as cumin and black pepper.

Once baked to golden perfection, Kibinas delights with its crispy exterior and moist, flavorful interior. Whether enjoyed fresh from the oven or as a convenient snack on the go, Kibinas is a cherished culinary gem, embodying the warmth and depth of its traditional roots.

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CURD

Curd, a beloved fresh cheese in the Baltic region, is cherished for its smooth texture, tangy flavor, and unique method of preparation. Traditionally, it is made by curdling milk and straining the whey, resulting in a creamy yet slightly crumbly cheese. This versatile ingredient is a staple in numerous pastries, pancakes, and dumplings, adding richness to both sweet and savory dishes. Its mild yet distinct taste makes it a favorite for everyday meals and festive occasions, highlighting the culinary diversity of the region.

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